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The NFT Craze Is Slowly Subsiding

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Although there is evidence that the NFT market is slowly stabilizing, there are currently no worrying elements when it comes to prices and sales. The average selling price of irreplaceable tokens fell below $2,000 for the first time, compared to a maximum price of nearly $6,900 on Jan. 2. This is information from the NonFungible site, which tracks industry statistics. The data also show that total daily sales averaged $26.2 million during March 3rd. It is interesting that since February 24, when Russia's military action in Ukraine began, the average selling price of NFTs has dropped by about...

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Google Drive Will Allow You to Spot Anyone "Sniffing" Your Files

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Securing the cloud storage system will become significantly more efficient, thanks to a new update released by Google. The company is updating its Google Drive platform to allow users to track external activities in their logs. This should help administrators detect suspicious and unauthorized actions by external users, including attempts to copy, move, or modify data. In this way, essential business information will be kept secure. Google points out that the feature will be turned on by default, and is delivered to all Google Workplace users who have the Drive audit log turned on. This is the...

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Google Hangouts Goes to History: Changes First for Business Users

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Starting next month, Google Workspace users will no longer have the classic Hangouts messaging service as part of the transition to Google Chat. Google has announced that it will make Google Chat the default chat application from March 22nd. This means that users will be redirected to Chat when they try to visit Hangouts in Gmail for the web or when they try to use the old Hangouts mobile app. Switching from Google Hangouts to Google Chat is Google's latest step in the process of evolving its messaging strategy. Google Chat should not be confused with the GChat service, which is the unofficial...

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THE GREAT HACKER ATTACK ON THE NFT PLATFORM: Users Lost $1.7 Million

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The popularity of NFT as a concept is growing day by day, opening new spaces for digital content trade. However, all jobs that generate a large amount of money attract the attention of hackers and other malicious users. Whether you are familiar with the NFT concept or not, its popularity is undeniable. Artists around the world are selling digital rights to their work to other users, who are apparently willing to pay serious money for digital ownership of a piece. On the wave of NFT popularity, the OpenSea platform has become the most popular place to trade NFTs. Unfortunately, this information...

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Microsoft is Shopping Again, This Time in a Completely Different Segment

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The cyber security market is of great importance to the team at Microsoft, and their future investments could go in that direction. Since Satya Nadella took over the helm of Microsoft, the company has spent more than $ 100 billion on acquisitions. The most resounding name is the most recent one - the takeover of Activision Blizzard for almost 70 billion dollars, which regulators have yet to approve. Prior to that, the largest acquisition was LinkedIn (more than 26 billion dollars), and of the more famous names, Microsoft also bought Mojang, Bethesda, ZeniMax Media and GitHub. The latest...

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Meta is Not Leaving Europe

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Meta announced that it has no intention of leaving the European market. Information has emerged that due to problems with European regulations regarding the transfer of personal data between the EU and the US, they may shut down Facebook and Instagram in the EU, but now they have denied it from Meta. They issued a statement stating that the information about the alleged threat and leaving the European market is incorrect. From Meta, they say that they have no intention of doing that. Users in Europe can relax.